FDR Sent American Citizens to Concentration Camps for being Japanese in WWII

In this electric episode of The Sentinel Report with Alex Newman, narratives are destroyed, history is revisited, and the news is delivered on a platter of truth and discernment.

First off, Jeremy Carl, the author of the brand-new book, The Unprotected Class, argues that media elites hysterically condemn an imaginary epidemic of “white supremacy,” but in the real world, white Americans are often the most openly discriminated against.

Similar to how Communist China divided people by class to spur revolution, the progressive left in America is hellbent on copying that template but using race rather than class, explains Alex Newman and Jeremy Carl in this fiery installment of The Sentinel Report.

Next up on the show, another author, Dr. David Beito, joins Alex to discuss his new work, The New Deal’s War on the Bill of Rights: The Untold Story of FDR’s Concentration Camps, Censorship, and Mass Surveillance.

Dr. Beito highlights the faults of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s New Deal, illustrating why FDR was not the hero of minority rights that historians make him out to be. For example, after the attacks on Pearl Harbor, Roosevelt was responsible for the Japanese American internment, placing Japanese people, two-thirds of whom were American citizens, in concentration camps, violating their constitutional rights.

The third and final guest, Ben Zeisloft, shares that the conservative state of Iowa has a George Soros-funded prosecutor in the case against Michael Cassidy, the former state representative candidate who famously beheaded and destroyed the statue of Satan that was erected in the State Capitol building.

Finally, Newman shares some of the hottest news stories, offering a perspective you cannot find elsewhere.

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